Sabrina Moon, MEng
Founder of Foundational Leadership
Foundational Leadership Advisory Board
Fort Wayne, IN
Sabrina L. Moon, MEng is the founder and owner of the Problem Solving Institute, a leadership, and management consulting firm that started in Chattanooga, TN, and is now based in Fort Wayne, IN. She has 20 years of leadership experience for corporations like General Motors, BNSF Railway, Amtrak, and Norfolk Southern Railroad. She is known as a "servant of the front line."
She is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator for Dr. Brené Brown and enjoys developing leaders and organizations in the skills of courage and authenticity. She is a devout operations problem solver, change agent, and mentor who actively seeks ways to engage in the community. She has led initiatives in various communities and organizations across the US and is a believer and practitioner of a continuous improvement mindset.
Sabrina is also the founder and lead facilitator of the Foundational Leadership for Law Enforcement Officers (FLFL) program, a leadership and self-awareness train the trainer program for law enforcement officers/leaders. FLFL was developed with an advisory board of law enforcement leaders, executives, and experts who are committed to building bridges in our communities that close communication gaps in public service.
Originally from Indiana, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and learning new skills. She believes that being and accepting ourselves is one of the bravest things we can do as a leader. Sabrina helps individuals tap into their courage as a powerful tool for organizational growth.
Sabrina’s Education/Certifications: Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology & Repair, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Master of Engineering Management, 6 Sigma Black Belt, University of Kentucky & Toyota's True Lean Certified Practitioner, Positive Discipline Encouragement Consultant, Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, Foundational Leadership for LEO's Facilitator.
This work is deeply personal and has come full circle. The last thing I needed as a struggling teenager, working through unresolved trauma and sexual abuse was more shame and blame. The day I was arrested was the day I never forgot that I am not a bad kid; thanks to a law enforcement officer. If I can teach that empathic skill to law enforcement agencies across the nation, I am convinced that more shame resilient communities, workplaces, and humans will surface. Law enforcement officers have been tasked with a challenging standard - achieve perfection with imperfect humans. We can’t really know or lead the people we serve until we know our own selves. On one’s journey of self-awareness, there will be moments of extreme discomfort and powerful breakthroughs. Law enforcement officers have the potential of being some of our country’s greatest achievements in empathy, humanity, healing, and compassion. I am committed to paying it forward.